Pamela Anderson isn’t holding back on her new romance or her bedroom techniques!
The blonde bombshell set the record straight on her rumored relationship with Julian Assange in a new blog post, stating: “I am getting more involved with The Courage foundation who helps to defend whistleblowers …like Edward Snowden, Chelsea Manning and Julian Assange. My relationship with Julian ... It’s no secret, he is one of my favorite people- and he might be the most famous, most politicized refugee of our time. Famous for being persecuted. Famous for being persecuted is not a position of power but a position of vulnerability. I am concerned.”
“He is the strongest person I know-but, living as he is, is very unhealthy, demeaning and inhumane,” she wrote. “Julian is trying to free the world by educating it. It is a romantic struggle—I love him for this.”
“The feeling I'm getting in today's 'dating' culture is that – we've lost some of our sense of humor -and might be hyper critical - which makes it a bit 'risky’ … and unapproachable,” she detailed.
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“I want to encourage loving relationships, including marriages of course, and, for people to grow old together, living romantically till their last days,” she said. “There IS such a thing- my mom and dad are a good example.”
Anderson, 49, also revealed that she is “afraid people might forget how to make love,” saying: “One thing we might not be responsible for- is our own orgasm. That is our lover's job…women are faking orgasms more— maybe to just get it all over with- it’s a lot less fun.”
Anderson and Assange, 45, were first linked together in February after she was caught visiting him at least five times at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London. The Wikileaks founder has lived there for five years to seek asylum from Swedish authorities.
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